Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Day 21 P90X, Rest Day

If you didn't read last nights entry then you might want to scroll down and read that first!!

I've had my oatmeal this morning and will be having a grapefruit in a minute. I have figured that my calories should be between 1200 and 1500 a day... and if I do this right they will be. I am leaving out bread (for now), processed food and meat. With as much as I work out I need to vitalize my body with vitamins and minerals straight from their source! I will be including beans, legumes and other sources of protein (like whey protein shakes). I will also be drinking a couple of glasses of Soy Milk. I am pretty sure that my calorie intake will be over 1200 but I will be using SparkPeople just to make sure. Thanks for the worries!

Today is a rest day... which is good because I have a million things to do around here. (I still haven't built a chicken coop!) It is windy and the clouds look threatening... but hopefully it will blow over and leave me with a nice afternoon!!

Today's Plan:

X Stretch

Focus: logging everything I eat on SparkPeople...and portion control!


Fatinah said...

mmmm, sounds like an awesome plan chicklet!!

Hanlie said...

Sounds great!

P.O.M. said...

Here's my thoughts on your last post... I think you are correct. You have to cut your calories if you want to see some serious results. For me weightloss is 80% food and 20% exercise. Food is my issue too. Excercise is fun easy. Eating less is the hardest thing.

BUT once you start seeing results, it gets easier.

Your plan is perfect. Stick with it and you will see REAL/VISABLE results within a month. I promise you.

FatMom said...

WOW! Me, too! Food is the hard part, and exercise is the easy part! I eat SOOOO healthy, just TOO much, I stay heavy. Healthy, but heavy.'s to staying on plan!!

Military Mom said...

My food has been aweful lately, and I am feeling the frustration too. My exercise has been great, thanks to your challenge, but I really need to get my eating and calories down. You're looking awesome BTW, and you're doing a great job!